Growing sunflower can be a fun activitiy for adult and kid. Moreover,
you can cut flower as for your house decoration or harvest its seed.
It is very important to carefully consider the types of sunflowers you
intend to grow and where and how you intend to grow them.
Carefully select your seeds reading all of the information on the seed
packs. Pay attention to the height of the plants, and the time to
bloom, and the type of flowers.
Consider whether you are planting for cut flowers, or planting to
harvest and roast seeds for eating. Maybe you want to plant your
sunflowers in pots or create a barrier of sunflowers between you and
your neighbors. Seeds for every type of planting are readily
available. You just need to have some idea about what you want from
Sunflower seeds, in a number of varieties, are available at most local
garden nurseries. Or you can buyw with mail order catalogs.
Preparing the seeds
It's a good idea to prepare the seeds before planting. It can ensure
that you will not waste all seeds.
Cover the seeds in the tissue or towel paper and damp the paper with
paper. Leave the seeds in the wet towel paper for 4-5 days BUT you
should check every day that the paper are damp. If not, you should
spray water to the paper. If the seeds begin to sprout, it means that
the seeds are ready to be put into the soil.
Sunflower plants are like any other plant. The better the soil the
more heartier and robust the plant but sunflower are tolerant of heat
and drought. The sunflowers like a soil that drains well and contains
a lot of mulch. About two weeks before planting, you should mix a bit
of steer manure into the soil.
The minimum sunlight is 6hrs a day to grow healthy plants. However,
full sun is suggested for the better part of the day to grow strong
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